Asian Dub Foundation’s live rescore of Mathieu Kassovitz’s La Haine (1995) – 24 hours in the lives of three young men in the French suburbs the day after a violent riot – was first performed at the Barbican Centre in 2001. The band’s musical interpretation of the unadulterated film was one of the very first of what is now the common medium of live soundtracking.
The project has since taken the band and film to Australia, to post-riot Broadwater Farm Estate in London and it was also part of David Bowie’s Meltdown festival at London’s Southbank Centre. The newly-enhanced project has already sold out a number of UK venues again garnering excellent reviews and has been booked a main attraction for the prestigious Festival No.6.
The fact that this project has been in constant demand since its original creation over 10 years ago is a testament to the continuing relevance of Kassovitz’s stunning vision and Asian Dub Foundation’s tireless development of the live soundtrack medium.
Following the film there will be a 30 minute set from the musicians performing La Haine along with Nathan 'FluteBox' Lee, who plays in the full touring ADF band.
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Dates & Times
Friday 16 November, 20188:00pm